Check it out Sterniacs. I hopped on board for a Howard Stern Show fan podcast this week, featuring a former Stern Show intern, a former KC Armstrong co-worker and one straight up no holds barred superfan. Listen to us wax philosophical about Howard’s future, Richard and Sal’s homoeroticism and the power of the Benjy vortex.
In what surely ranks among the Top 5 grossest moments in the history of radio, Howard Stern Show writer Richard Christy agreed to wear a “mustache” consisting of his writing partner Sal’s “smegma cheese” in order to be allowed to sit in studio when his music idols Metallica performed on Monday.
Christy is not known to be easily grossed out by anything, but Sal’s smegma bucket had him and the entire audience (and me as I’m writing this) dry heaving like a college freshman after their first big kegger.
If you dare, check out the revolting video clip below. OMG, I have to go throw up,….
“Tan Mom” Patricia Krentcil returned to the Howard Stern Show Tuesday and showed that her mutual attraction with writer Sal Governale is as strong as ever. Krentcil and Governale delivered a mind-blowing phone sex style description of what they would do to each other in the clip below.
“Tan Mom” Patricia Krentcil was back on the Howard Stern Show Tuesday morning, and her second appearance was even more memorable than her first. Tan Mom dressed up sexy and even had a semi-hookup on the purple studio couch with Sal Governale–on camera. See the video clip here
Ever since her December 2012 appearance, fans have been clamoring for Krentcil to be invited into the Wack Pack–Howard Stern’s League of Extraordinary Weirdos.
Do you think Tan Mom should be an official Howard Stern Show Wack Packer? Vote in the poll below!
Patricia Krentcil aka “Tan Mom” made her triumphant return to the Howard Stern Show on Tuesday, May 28, 2013 and she got some serious love from Stern Show writer Sal Governale. Sal admitted on a previous show that he was turned on by Tan Mom’s recent topless photo shoot. See the pics here
Sal got a lapfull of thanks from Krentcil in the Howard TV video clip featured below: